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Diet Counter

Author:Tony Thomas [Send Author Email]

January 23, 2001
December 23, 2008
Description:This is a counter for use with diet programs that make you count calories, carbs or other values. I have set it up to automatically enter the date and the pop ups give you an idea of how you can customize it.
Has Data:No
Has Forms:No
Filters:The date filter is useful so that you can see what you have consumed during any given day.
Sorting:The date sort keeps things in chronological order. Meal and Item sorts can be useful to analyze what you have been eating.
Reports:If you set the filter for one day and run the report for values, you can see how many calories or values you consumed each day.
Comments:You can speed up data entry by adding Items that you eat regularly to the Item pop up. Or create multiple items (like Waffles with low-fat margarine and syrup) to save even more time. Also, you can put the values next to the Item pop up entries if you don't have them memorized.
Version:HanDBase v.3.x or greater
File:diet_counter.pdb          Downloads: This Month 8 / Total* 3682
Note:MAC Users will need to enter the filename diet_counter.pdb when saving this file.
* since October 1, 2000.

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